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Centralia's Erikson Successful in Triple

Centralia, WA - Mikayla Erikson couldn't have had a better meet on her high school's track as the senior won two of her three races yesterday, April 3, against five other schools in the Spring Break Runner's Classic.

Logo courtesy of Centralia High School.

Erikson won the girl's 1,600 and 3,200 meter races running times of 6:01.35 and 14:25.68. Her 3,200 was won by less than a second over Puyallup's Annika Sacksteder, who ran 14:26.26.

Erikson missed out on the complete distance sweep taking second place in the girl's 800 meter running 2:49.61 as teammate Tawnee Craig ran 2:44.47 for the win.

Puyallup's Hailey Boileau was third in the 800 and 1,600 running 2:57.57 and 6:26.01 and Phoebe Sacksteder was second in the 1,600 running 6:16.05.

Centrailia's Laura Geringer placed third in the 3,200 with a time of 16:19.44.

Onalaska's Michaela Wagoner placed sixth in the 800 (3:23.41) and fifth in the 1,600 (7:31.35).

The Centralia boy's distance team swept all three races to continue the Tigers success throughout the evening.

Rudy Voetberg won the boy's 1,600 and 3,200 races running 5:01.96 and a personal best 10:32.36.

Centralia's Ben Corwin won the boy's 800 by eight seconds running 2:20.92.

Saigon Silva was second in the 1,600 (5:27.47) and third in the 800 (2:30.85) for Centralia.

Onalaska's Jedidiah Wagoner placed second in the 800 and fourth in the 1,600 with times of 2:28.32 and 5:29.29, a personal best.

Puyallup's Nate Herrick and Zachary Blandford were second and third in the 3,200 running 10:39.59 and 11:05.07. Mark Epstein was third in the 1,600 running 5:28.38. Blandford's and Epstein's times are personal best marks.

What's Next? Onalaska travels to Mossyrock next week for a 2B Central League meet. Centralia will cross over to Oregon for the Willamette Falls Invite and Puyallup will go to the Pasco Invite next Saturday, April 13.

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